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PHOTOS: Rifle softball and football in action

Rifle junior Isaac Valencia runs the ball against Delta on Friday.
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As of Wednesday morning, Rifle High School softball had nabbed 11 wins while losing just two games. The Bears ended last week with a 10-5 win over Cedaredge. Currently sitting atop the 4A Western Slope League, Rifle spends this week playing Eagle Valley and Battle Mountain.

Meanwhile, Rifle football hosted Delta on Friday, losing 28-7. This places the Bears at 2-1 as they sit in third place in the 2A Western Slope League behind first-place Basalt and second-place Moffat County. Rifle hosts Brush (2-1) at 6 p.m. Friday.

Rifle senior Logan Gross rises above two Delta defenders on Friday.
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Rifle senior Sterling Cook prepares to toss a pass during the Bears’ home game against Delta on Friday.
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Rifle junior Tryston Sheets tries evading Delta defenders on Friday.
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Rifle sophomore Brynn Axelson tosses a ball last week against Cedaredge.
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Rifle senior Kaelee Sabata stands in the infield during the game against Cedaredge.
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Rifle senior Brooklynn Dennis concentrates on making a catch last week against Cearedge.
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The Rifle softball team huddles around Coach Troy Phillips.
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